10 Easy DIY Patriotic Wreath Ideas

These easy DIY patriotic wreath ideas are sure to help you get ready for the 4th of July holiday. Show off your love for America and the red, white, and blue with these frugal and cute ideas. 

10 Easy DIY Patriotic Wreath Ideas

Grand Old Flag Glory Wreath (Stone Gable Blog)

This beautiful wreath packs a visual punch but doesn’t take much to make at all. You only need a grapevine wreath, an American flag, a burlap bow, and some greenery for a finishing touch. Show your patriotism in a chic but visually appealing way.

Tulle Flag Wreath (A Night Owl)

Looking for a “fluffy” way to show off your love for America? You’ll love this flag wreath made of tulle. And if you’ve worked with this fabric before, then you know how big and beautiful it can be. Add a red, white, and blue ribbon for hanging and your wreath will be complete.

Subtle Patriotic Wreath (Positively Splendid)

If you are designing on a dime, this wreath is one to try. It only uses a few supplies, most of which you can find at the Dollar Store or local craft store. A grapevine wreath wrapped in red ribbon, embellished with a blue and burlap bow and white stars is all it takes to create this American cutie.

Red, White, and Blue Paper Straw Wreath (The Project Corner)

Red and white paper straws and easy do-it-yourself blue stars come together for an American-themed wreath that will surely be the topic of conversation by your guests. This is a wreath that the kids will enjoy making with you, so solicit their help if you can!

Burlap and Twill Ribbon 4th of July Wreath (Craftaholics Anonymous)

Striped twill ribbon, burlap ribbon, and a chalkboard pennant banner are the highlights of this bright and bold patriotic wreath. Wrapping the striped ribbon around a straw wreath form is all it takes to get this project started. The rest is just as easy. Check out the tutorial to make one of these wreaths for your front door.

4th of July Rag Wreath (Not Just Brides)

Nothing says “America” like denim, burlap, and gingham. Grab your old jeans and put them to use in creating a stylish and unique American-style wreath. This tutorial uses the tie method, which is super easy to do!

Liberty Clothespin Wreath (Cat’s Craft Room)

Painted clothespins and a wire wreath form – easy peasy, right? Not to mention, this wreath is super cute and customizable. You can choose to go with how the tutorial shows or make your own red, white, and blue design. Don’t forget the white stars!

Let Freedom Ring Tinsel Wreath (Average But Inspired)

Tinsel may not be your first choice in supply for creating a wreath, but in this case, it’s pretty much all you need. Once complete, your front door will look like a burst of red, white, and blue goodness. Embellishments include a chalkboard star sign and a few stars. The best part is this wreath uses all Dollar Tree supplies.

Patriotic Paper Rosette Wreath (Little Red Window)

Have you ever used scrapbook paper and cardboard to create a wreath? If not, you’re in for a crafty surprise because that’s all you need to make this paper rosette wreath. Pick up some red and white and blue and white scrapbook paper and head over to this tutorial to learn how to easily create your own.

Independence Day Pool Noodle Wreath (The Country Chic Cottage)

Before you toss the poodle noodle from last year’s summer fun stash, use it to create a festive wreath for Independence Day. Next time you’re at the Dollar Tree, pick up a few rolls of red, white, and blue garland, some duct tape, and an extra pool noodle if needed. This wreath is super easy to make, easy on the budget, and a beauty to look at on your front door.

Final Thoughts

As 4th of July approaches, take the guesswork out of how you’ll decorate for it. Use these wreath ideas to inspire you to create something cute and festive. Which one are you most excited about trying? Let us know in the comments! And while you’re at it, feel free to share any Independence Day traditions you and your family like to do!

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